‘Creator in Residence’ and ‘Artist in Residence’ Programs

In both our Assisi and Portland centers we offer two different kinds of residencies- a  ‘Creator in Residence’ and an ‘Artist in Residence’ Program.

 

“Creator in Residence” Program

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A ‘Creator in Residence’ is someone who is exploring their creative unfoldment. We offer a nurturing space with loving support so you can take the time to delve into your inner world and bring forth your own unique artistic expression.  Whether you are an emerging artist or an adventurous spirit, this is a wonderful opportunity to spread your wings and fly!   Delve deep into your inner world, while also connecting within a community. Give yourself the gift of a full immersion into your art whether for a week or a month long retreat.

 

  • Our ‘CREATOR in RESIDENCE’ program offers a unique opportunity for self exploration, creative unfoldment and soul replenishment. No talent or experience is necessary. Our unique ‘soul centered’ approach focuses on the transformative process of creativity. We believe every human being is an artist, and that engaging the creative process awakens our joy, vitality and creative genius.  This program is facilitated by faculty from the Academy- with daily connection, mentoring, inspiration and personal guidance.
  • Our ARTIST in RESIDENCE program welcomes professional artists interested in the spiritual, healing or consciousness raising aspects of the arts, or who seek an inward journey of self discovery. Studio time in a beautiful and serene environment (holistic, vegetarian, drug and alcohol free) with options for daily yoga and meditation allow for a tangible experience of inner peace.

Artist in Residence Dominique Hurley

ARTIST in RESIDENCE Program at the Academy of Art, Creativity & Consciousness in Italy

For a wonderful report of the Artist in Residence Experience enjoy this blog article by Dominique Hurley.  She inaugurated our program with her positive, resilient spirit- and with her dedication to documenting her journey in both words and images.  Her blog provides a good picture of life at the Academy- and a little taste of how an artist in residence program here works-  THE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE EXPERIENCE